2025 BMW M4: A Potent Upgrade with a Premium Price Hike

Mobeen Akhtar
By Mobeen Akhtar
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2025 BMW M4: A Potent Upgrade with a Premium Price Hike

If you’re a petrolhead eagerly awaiting the arrival of the facelifted 2025 BMW M4, brace yourself for a price hike that’s bound to make your wallet cringe. BMW has unveiled the new pricing structure for its high-performance coupe and convertible, and the figures are nothing short of eye-watering.


Let’s dive straight into the juicy details, shall we? The base 2025 BMW M4 Coupe will set you back a cool $79,100, a steep $1,000 increase over the pre-facelift model. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The M4 Competition Coupe takes the price tag to a whopping $83,200, also showing a $1,000 bump.


If you’re craving even more performance, prepare to open your wallets wider. The M4 Competition xDrive Coupe demands a jaw-dropping $88,300, a staggering $2,000 hike over its predecessor. And for those who prefer their M4 with a dash of open-air exhilaration, the M4 Convertible Competition xDrive will lighten your bank account by a cool $95,300 – another $2,000 increase.


So, what exactly do these eye-watering prices buy you? Well, the facelifted M4 boasts a fresh set of peepers, complete with sleek new headlights, DRLs, and a single LED module for both low and high-beam settings. The rear end gets a fancy upgrade too, with laser taillights borrowed from the exclusive M4 CSL.

But wait, there’s more! The iconic BMW roundel now sports a glossy black surround, while the M badge flaunts a svelte silver border. And for those seeking even more individuality, BMW offers silver Style 825M forged light-alloy wheels, a steel roof with a glass pane (at no extra cost), and High Gloss Black/Red decals for the hood and trunk (at a cool $1,800).


The updates aren’t just skin-deep, either. Step inside, and you’ll be greeted by a freshly redesigned cabin, complete with a sporty new flat-bottom steering wheel that’s sure to get your pulse racing.


Now, let’s talk about the real star of the show – the M4’s potent powertrain. Under the hood, the familiar S58 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged straight-six engine still churns out 473 horsepower in the base M4 Coupe and a beefy 503 hp in the Competition guise.

But here’s where things get really interesting: the all-wheel-drive Competition xDrive models (both Coupe and Convertible) receive a significant boost, pumping out a whopping 523 hp. That’s enough to propel the Coupe from 0 to 60 mph in a blistering 3.4 seconds and the Convertible in a mere 3.6 seconds. And if you’re willing to shell out an extra $2,500 for the M Driver’s Package, you’ll unlock top speeds of 180 mph for the Coupe and 174 mph for the Convertible.


As if that wasn’t enough, BMW has even more tricks up its sleeve. Rumor has it that the upcoming top-spec M4 CS will crank out an incredible 543 hp, making it the ultimate expression of performance in the M4 lineup.

While BMW hasn’t specified exact delivery dates for the 2025 M4 Coupe and Convertible, we know that production kicked off this month at the Dingolfing plant. So, get your checkbooks ready, because this potent upgrade comes with a premium price tag.

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